Adrihidbeg Cottage

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Little Bridge, Dungloe, Donegal, Republic of Ireland

Situated on the edge of an idyllic fishing lake, this beautiful cottage is within easy walking distance of Dungloe Town, in County Donegal. The owner has lovingly maintained Adrihidbeg Cottage to a meticulously high standard.

The beautiful, cosy self-catering Adrihidbeg Cottage cottage has an idyllic setting, on the edge of a fishing lake, in County Donegal. This peaceful location is within easy walking distance of the town of Dungloe. The owner presents the cottage to a meticulously high standard and provides quality accommodation suitable for four people. Needless to say, the cottage is equipped with all the conveniences of modern day living.

Adrihidbeg Cottage enjoys just under two acres of beautifully landscaped gardens leading down to a trout lake. The cottage has two good sized carpeted bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with twin beds and a vanity sink. The bathroom has a corner bath and a separate walk in corner shower. The kitchen area has all the conveniences of modern day living including, cooker with double oven, washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, microwave kettle and toaster. The sitting area has SKY television, DVD and CD player. WiFi access is also available. For those travelling with babies or children, a cot, high chair, buggy and sterliser can be provided if required; together with an abundance of toys including bikes, scooters and a trampoline. A babysitting service is also available.

Dungloe is situated on the West Coast of Donegal, which enjoys some of the most stunning and unspoilt scenery in Ireland. Its rugged cliffs drop into the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean, interspersed by hundreds of white sand beaches. Moving inland the majestic Mount Errigal or deceiving Muckish Mountain make this side of Donegal an explorers paradise, whether that be on foot, horseback or indeed by boat. The waters hugging this coastline are renowned for their variety of fish, and there are plenty of opportunities to go after your own 'catch of the day'.

For those of you who prefer dry land, there are over 130 lakes alone within The Rosses together with a selection of challenging rivers. Throughout the year, Dungloe Town offers entertainment to suit all tastes and palates where music and food are concerned. It is, however, during the months of June, July, August and September that the local towns and villages host their individual festivals. The most famous of these is the ‘International Mary from Dungloe Festival’, which is held in July. The festivals are geared for all the family with numerous activities to suit everyone.

Dungloe in the heart of the beautiful Rosses is where there is as much or as little for you to do as you wish amidst the natural unspoilt beauty of County Donegal.